Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine was born as a blend of two important Hawaiian elements: food and the “aloha” spirit. European techniques and Asian cuisine are combined to make this fine dining experience unlike any other. In 1988, James Bread Award-winner Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy’s Restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii. Today, the empire has grown to 31 Roy’s locations around the world. One of the attractions to this Asian restaurant is its delicious drinks.
Roy’s Happy Hour is offered every day of the week from 4:30-6:30 p.m. During this time, a selection of appetizers, cocktails, wines, and beers are all $5. The service is really impressive compared to usual crowded happy hours. The cocktails are often sweet, such as Roy’s Hawaiian Martini, a pineapple, SKYY Vodka, and Malibu Coconut Rum concoction that is hand shaken to order. Another signature cocktail is the Mango Mojito, a mix of Bacardi Limon, Mango Purée, Mint, and Lime.
If you’re in the mood for Asian fusion with Hawaiian flavor and love a good deal on cocktails, try Roy’s Happy Hour.